COVID-19 Update from CAP/ADID

The COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) public health situation is rapidly evolving and directly impacting Downtown Atlanta residents, offices, small businesses, hotels, and cultural institutions.

At Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, our priority is to continue to serve as a resource during this challenging time by advocating for our community members, sharing information when helpful, and assisting with economic recovery when the time comes.

Whether you are an Atlanta resident, a Downtown stakeholder, or a potential visitor to our community, this section of our website is intended to direct you to the most accurate and up to date information about Atlanta’s COVID-19 situation.

Please also be mindful that many Downtown Atlanta businesses, destinations, and events are altering their operations in real time, including closures, postponements, and cancellations. For the most accurate information, please visit official business, venue, and organizer websites.


PUBLIC HEALTH RESOURCES

UPDATES FROM OUR LOCAL AND REGIONAL PARTNERS


Resources for Businesses 

Transportation and Workplace Guidance

Now that many workplaces in Atlanta have transitioned to telework during this public health crisis, CAP's Downtown Connects team has compiled some tips to maintain work/life balance and enhance team building and the telework experience.

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Business Continuity and Support

For full list of resources related to business continuity and support in the face of COVID-19, please check out our Small Business Resource Guide.

See the Guide


Ways to Give Back

In the meantime, we must look out for each other, especially those who are most vulnerable. Below is a regularly-update list of organizations who are in need of your donations, your time, and your financial support.

See the List


Ways to Experience Downtown During Social Distancing

Recognizing the need to avoid large gatherings and promote social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak, many attractions and cultural institutions in Downtown Atlanta are temporarily closed. Read below to see some creative ways you can experience Downtown from the comfort of your own home!

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